Remember when you started your business?
I’m guessing you were excited; exchanging the so-called security of being an employee, for the freedom and rewards of being your own boss. It was the start of something new and inspiring for you.
As you read this now, I hope you are enjoying those rewards. I hope you are in a position, where you have the quality of life you wanted or are making meaningful, measurable progress.
How a great business can improve your quality of life
When I transitioned myself from an employee, to the owner of a successful business, my whole quality of life improved. It has allowed me to enjoy life more, work with great people and never have to worry about money. I work fewer hours than anyone I know, which means that since my son was born, I have enjoyed the freedom of being able to spend time with him every morning, every afternoon and every weekend. I also get to live where I want to live, which for the past decade has been a beautiful, little village in the South Yorkshire countryside. What’s great is that I get to work with people like you and show you how it’s done.
Doing the right things, correctly
Some people reading this are still working hard and making little progress. In my experience, if you’re not seeing the progress you would like, it isn’t because you’re not working enough hours or working hard enough. It’s because you are applying a general approach to building your business, the kind of thing you pick up from books, seminars, blogs and the like.
What you need is specific, expert advice, based on your unique; goals, resources, experience, personality, industry, location, expertise, and marketplace etc, etc. The sooner you get those answers and start doing the right things correctly, the sooner you start seeing the results.
Otherwise, it’s like rowing your boat with all your strength in the wrong direction. The harder you try, the further away you end up.